Internet Browser Security

Check your browser and download the latest version.

Recent cyberattacks against government, financial and commercial institutions have led to enhanced cyber security requirements across the Internet.

These requirements mean you may not be able to log into certain sites that handle sensitive information, like, if your internet browser is not up to date.

What is a browser?

Your browser is a software application that lets you visit web pages on the Internet. Popular browsers include Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Internet Explorer.

Currently, Google Chrome is the most widely used browser in the world.

How do I determine what browser version I am using?

You can click here to go to a test site. If you see a green page and the text “TLS 1.0 Deactivation Test Passed,” your browser is up to date. If not, you must update your browser.

You may also check if your browser is up to date by checking its version against the list of supported versions below:

Determine Your Browser & Version Version(s) supported
Google ChromeClick here, or type “chrome://version” without the quotation marks into the address bar and click enter. Version 38 or higher
Internet ExplorerClick here. Version 11 or higher
Mozilla FirefoxClick here. Version 27 or higher
Safari – To view the About page, click on Safari in in the menu bar at the top, then click on the About Safari in the drop-down menu. The first number listed is the Safari version number. Version v.7 and higher
Microsoft Edge All versions supported.

Where do I download the latest secure version of my preferred browser?

Use one of the following links: